“But what about all the women who are happy that they screwed their male bosses and got ahead for it? If it’s as prevalent as everyone claims, certainly there are plenty of “success” stories where the women drove successful bargains and got rewarded handsomely. Should we use social media and the press to try to hunt them down and criminalize them? Should we out them and shame them? Perhaps burn them? What about the women who observed how to play the game, observed that they had all of the “pieces” to win against “lesser” employees, and saddled up to the playboard? What about the women who published seductive photos of themselves on I-gram with a twinkle in the eye while knowing that the boss would see them and perhaps be more interested in their careers? Perhaps even put them on stage more. What should we do with them?In the current climate, we can’t expect the “successful" women players to emerge voluntarily from the jungle, can we? Should we go after them and make them pay for their methods and their successes? Shouldn’t we shame them or at least name them in an effort to tame them? Don’t we really want to? After all, their willingness to bargain with the boss is making it tough on those women who wouldn’t, or couldn’t, or did but didn’t want to. News flash (one that you will never see disclosed in mainstream agenda-driven media): every woman who has had sex with her boss or a client is not a victim."